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Road Rocket Rumble 2012 Pictures

Road Rocket Rumble 2012 Pictures

Road Rocket Rumble 2012 We decided to try to beat the heat by going on Friday to the Road Rocket Rumble. There were not as many cars as expected to be there on Saturday, but we still saw plenty of awesome cars. Almost everyone we talked to was pleasant and more than willing to talk about their ride. We also spoke a couple of pinstripers at the event. One of the guys was super nice, … Read entire article »

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Noblesville Square Cruise-In

Noblesville Square Cruise-In

Noblesville Indiana has a weekly cruise-in on Saturday nights starting at 4:30 and ending at 8:30. My wife, son, friends, and I have been attended a few of the cruises this year. In fact, this cruise-in was my son’s first car event since he was only weeks old when we took him. I thought I would share some pictures to show what you have missed. If you live in the Indianapolis area, you should definitely … Read entire article »

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SEMA Show 2011

SEMA Show 2011

The SEMA (Special Equipment Market Association) Show 2011 just happened in Las Vegas Nevada. As listed in the “About Us” section of SEMAShow.com “The SEMA Show is the premier automotive specialty products trade event in the world. It draws the industry’s brightest minds and hottest products to one place, the Las Vegas Convention Center. In addition, the SEMA Show provides attendees with educational seminars, product demonstrations, special events, networking opportunities and more.” With this all being … Read entire article »

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The 10th Hunnert Car Pile-up Review and Pictures

The 10th Hunnert Car Pile-up Review and Pictures

The Hunnert Car Pile-up is an amazing show put on by the car club the Chrome Czars and the show has some very specific rules to what cars can be entered. Your car must be a 1964 or earlier Hot Rod or Custom built in a “Traditional Style.” This means all cars in the show should look like they could have been built in the 1940s, 1950s, or 1960s with little or no visible modern … Read entire article »

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